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Pvm M/c?

http://www.pvm-usa.com/w/e/brakecyl.html#

Anyone have any exp. with this?

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post #2 of 7 Old 07-19-2007, 04:45 AM
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Anyone have any exp. with this?
yes on my 02 R1 and its as good as any other aftermarket radial pump avail.

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for that price hell yeah they should be good.

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http://www.pvm-usa.com/w/e/brakecyl.html#

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Go check it out at Ema-usa in Pleasanton it's as good as Brembo's.
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for that price hell yeah they should be good.
they are billet design so naturally more costly just like the brembo billet MC and assoc parts but when it comes to superior functional aftermarket parts cost is pretty much my last conern.

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Ended up getting the Brembo MC at EMA. Was in stock with the folding lever. The PVM looked beautiful. Just need to get the correct pressure switch for the brake light and I'll be good to go

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Ended up getting the Brembo MC at EMA. Was in stock with the folding lever. The PVM looked beautiful. Just need to get the correct pressure switch for the brake light and I'll be good to go
The site sponsors gives great prices on Brembo's and the whole kit /w pressure kit. I like my Brembo's MC .
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